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Jan 8, 2013 5:30pm PST
the future of air travel. the boeing dreamliner. this was the scene on the runway in boston yesterday. firefighters boarding an empty dreamliner after a fire. and today, in boston, again, on a dreamliner, 40 gallons of fuel spilling onto the runway. 178 passengers were on board. >>> and now, what's being called a slap in the face for american taxpayers. is it really possible that the insurance goliath aig may sue the u.s. government, less than five years after taxpayers saved the insurance company from bankruptcy? abc's david muir is here with the story. >> reporter: this is really something, diane. in fact, as one economist put it today, if aig sues the government now after that giant taxpayer bailout, it would be the equivalent of a patient suing their doctor for saving their life. insurance giant aig, bailed out by the american taxpayer, just days ago launching this brand new marketing campaign, with three simple words. >> thank you america. >> thank you america. >> thank you america. >> reporter: but now, after thanking america, it turns out aig might sue it. how do you say thank
Jan 11, 2013 5:30pm PST
the boeing dreamliner, the plane expected to be the future of air travel. the dreamliner had some troubles this week, including a fire on one plane, no passengers on board. regulators say the plane is safe to fly but they will review its design and assembly process anyway. no planes will be grounded during the review. >>> and now, we move next to snow in southern california. part of a big storm marching across the country, freezing highways, and abc's meteorologist ginger zee tells us what to expect. >> reporter: this is not what southern california generally looks like. a major highway shut down thanks to blankets of blowing snow. >> it's a bad situation for people who doesn't have chains or for a lot of people in southern california, they're not used to these kind of conditions. >> reporter: thousands of cars and semis immobilized for hours, stuck on a snowbound section of i-5 just outside los angeles overnight. >> we've got to be patient. there's nothing you can do. >> reporter: many had to be rescued later by the highway patrol. with that wicked wind and snow comes killer cold
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